News PAYCE congratulates NSW Community Housing Provider of the Year Award winners
29 July 2016 – Leading Australian property development and investment company, PAYCE today congratulated Evolve Housing and Pacific Link Housing on winning the NSW Community Housing Provider of the Year Award at the Affordable Housing Conference held in Sydney this week.
The award is presented to the community housing provider or providers who demonstrate excellence across all aspects of community housing business: tenancy and property management; service to tenants and quality of outcomes; community engagement; and development of social and/or affordable housing.
PAYCE sponsored the category and was also the platinum sponsor of the Affordable Housing Conference. The theme of the conference was: ’What would it take to create 100,000 new affordable homes in NSW.’
PAYCE’s General Manager, Dominic Sullivan congratulated the two community housing providers on winning the award and for their individual achievements through the year in the delivery and management of sustainable social housing solutions.
Mr Sullivan said PAYCE was currently working in partnership with Evolve Housing to deliver a mixed tenure residential development in Penrith that includes social, affordable and private housing for people in a high need area of Western Sydney.
“The Harts Landing development will include 134 social and affordable housing apartments and 134 private apartments adjacent to the thriving Penrith CBD.”
Mr Sullivan said PAYCE was delighted to be partnering with Evolve Housing on this much-needed project that will substantially increase the affordable housing stock in the area.
“Evolve has a great team of staff led by their very capable CEO, Andrea Galloway – all of whom are very professional and dedicated and who have a strong empathy for the people they service on a day-to-day basis.
“Both PAYCE and Evolve share similar values and vision for transforming communities by creating a wonderful environment for people to live, interact and enjoy a harmonious lifestyle,” Mr Sullivan said.
“As a major development company in the Greater Sydney region, PAYCE wants to work with the State Government and support the community housing sector in this very challenging but rewarding area of social and affordable accommodation delivery.”